Wednesday, November 30, 2011

What You Talk About When You Don't Talk About NATO

I decided last month that I don't want to do public diplomacy work anymore. I'm still sorting through the full implications of this.

8 comments:

Gdine said...

I'm with you, whatever you choose to do. I know you will do amazing things still!

Sharon said...

I am enjoying my (fingers crossed) new/future career in humanitarian assistance. My focus is on measures of effectiveness and monitoring and evaluation. If you plan to come through DC as you decide your future, you know you've got a place to stay.

melanie. said...

for real? are you gonna stay in the service and switch cones or leave?

Heather said...

PD work is actually fun sometimes when it's in a country that doesn't hate you.

Katie said...

In truth, talking to people who "hate us" is the part of this job I enjoy the most. The admin side of it, however, does not play to any of my (admittedly limited) skill sets. I'm looking at a cone switch. We'll see how this plays out.

JBL said...

The kite rises against the wind.

Fly high, Katie!

Katie said...

Thanks. Though if you're talking about the Basant Festival, the Punjab Chief Minister outlawed that some time ago.

Consul-At-Arms said...

Rectify!